Encompassing a full city block and with one of Manhattan’s largest private outdoor spaces, One West End is part of Riverside Center, a modern mixed-use community with lush green public gathering spaces, open-air markets, restaurants, shops, and an elementary school. One West End rises from a limestone base, with two slender glass towers reflecting a jewel-like tapestry of silvery surfaces. Rising from a solid limestone base, One West End consists of two slender, jewel-like towers that soar into the skyline and deliver panoramic views of New York and the Hudson River, while forming a striking aesthetic link to Columbus Circle and Midtown.
Daily wellness, entertainment, and social connection abound
At the gateway of Hudson River Park, One West End delights residents with resort-style amenities including a lap pool in a soaring light-filled atrium, cantilevered over West End Avenue; as well as a full-service spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, and a sweeping terrace with cabanas and outdoor entertaining spaces. The communal fireplace, media and game room, and dining room with chef’s kitchen are inviting places to connect and unwind. A children’s playroom opens to a private garden terrace. Underground, there is abundant parking and vehicle-charging stations.
More About the Project
- Architect of Record: Hill | West Architects
- Structural Engineer: WSP Group
- MEP: Buro Happold Engineering
- Location: New York, New York, USA
- Client: Silverstein Properties, Elad Group
- Size: 956,712 sq. ft. / 88,881 sq. m.
- Height: 510 ft. / 156 m.
- Completion: 2017
- Firm Role: Design Architect
- Renderings courtesy of DBOX
- Principal Project Photography: Jeff Goldberg/ESTO